2020
DOI: 10.1590/1982-3703003191670 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Resumo O consumo de substâncias psicoativas (SPAs) cresce em escala global, especialmente entre universitários. Este estudo tem como objetivo avaliar o padrão de uso de álcool e outras SPAs em estudantes universitários. A amostra foi composta por 180 graduandos de Psicologia que preencheram um questionário sociodemográfico e instrumentos de rastreamento do uso de SPAs validados para o contexto brasileiro. Os resultados evidenciaram maior prevalência do uso de álcool: 81,7% na vida, 67,6% nos últimos três meses… Show more

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“…The findings reinforce the problems found in the studies regarding the mental health of the university community (Figure 2) and identified by the selected instruments: (a) risk behavior and inappropriate habits for physical and mental health (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;da Cunha et al, 2012;Pereira Prates et al, 2012;Pires et al, 2020); (b) disorders of psychological origin: depression, stress, Burnout syndrome (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011; Bacha et al, 2012;Pires et al, 2020;Andrade Gundim et al, 2021;Castro-Silva et al, 2021); (c) cultural factors related to gender (Silva de Souza et al, 2010;Dal Maso and Biasotto Feitosa, 2013;do Nascimento Lameu et al, 2015); (d) stressful university scenario: from housing, going through semesters attended to collective and individual demands (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;do Nascimento Lameu et al, 2015); (e) little knowledge of the psychosocial demands and needs of university students by higher education institutions (Murakami et al, 2018); (f) absence or little investment in prevention and health promotion programs for network actions (Bacha et al, 2012;Rivadeneira Guerrero et al, 2020); (g) scarce studies on the subject in higher education (Pereira Prates et al, 2012); (h) conflicts and absence of family support (Silva de Souza et al, 2010;Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;do Nascimento Lameu et al, 2015); and (h) deficits in social skills (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;da Cunha et al, 2012).…”
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“…The findings reinforce the problems found in the studies regarding the mental health of the university community (Figure 2) and identified by the selected instruments: (a) risk behavior and inappropriate habits for physical and mental health (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;da Cunha et al, 2012;Pereira Prates et al, 2012;Pires et al, 2020); (b) disorders of psychological origin: depression, stress, Burnout syndrome (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011; Bacha et al, 2012;Pires et al, 2020;Andrade Gundim et al, 2021;Castro-Silva et al, 2021); (c) cultural factors related to gender (Silva de Souza et al, 2010;Dal Maso and Biasotto Feitosa, 2013;do Nascimento Lameu et al, 2015); (d) stressful university scenario: from housing, going through semesters attended to collective and individual demands (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;do Nascimento Lameu et al, 2015); (e) little knowledge of the psychosocial demands and needs of university students by higher education institutions (Murakami et al, 2018); (f) absence or little investment in prevention and health promotion programs for network actions (Bacha et al, 2012;Rivadeneira Guerrero et al, 2020); (g) scarce studies on the subject in higher education (Pereira Prates et al, 2012); (h) conflicts and absence of family support (Silva de Souza et al, 2010;Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;do Nascimento Lameu et al, 2015); and (h) deficits in social skills (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011;da Cunha et al, 2012).…”
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“…The quantitative ( n = 10), mixed ( n = 2) and qualitative ( n = 1) approaches predominated. The use of instruments, including sociodemographic questionnaire, totaled 11 articles, thus, with the use of two (Bacha et al, 2012 ; da Cunha et al, 2012 ; Dal Maso and Biasotto Feitosa, 2013 ; do Nascimento Lameu et al, 2015 ; Pires et al, 2020 ; Castro-Silva et al, 2021 ) and six instruments (Campos Osse and Izídio da Costa, 2011 ). However, four studies designed their own instruments for data collection (Pereira Prates et al, 2012 ), and one used document analysis (Murakami et al, 2018 ) to capture the information.…”
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“…Uma pesquisa realizada com estudantes de psicologia acerca do uso, e os fatores relacionados a este, de Álcool e outras Substâncias Psicoativas (SPAs) observou que, de acordo com os participantes, o álcool atua como potencializador da vontade de fumar. Isso reforça a ideia do álcool como fator de risco para iniciação do fumo, tornando esses jovens ainda mais expostos ao policonsumo (A3 e A7) (Pires, Farinha, Pillon & Santos, 2020).…”
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“…El consumo de drogas es un fenómeno 1 , que se hace presente en cualquier etapa de la vida, de acuerdo a una necesidad o no del ser humano. Este podría ser indispensable para una persona que padece una enfermedad crónica 2 , como así también para experimentar placer sin tener fines terapéuticos 3 .…”
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